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. THE TELEGRAPH, . U- Mft'f M ! ,L tl!l
II. T.TAKI UOKN, Editor.
ah4 eTery Tuesday Morning.
' TERM? OP BUWPRTPTfON." . ' '
'7 X".. CSS Dollar and a-tity Onts,
.-h i "l,V',--' "' k" - . '
i i Ttr Dollars within, the year.
' ' If salt Mid until after the expiration of the -year
, - Two Dollar and Fifty Cent
l";Waieharged. ; . . .,' k" ',, "'
trfo pepei Till be discontinued until all ar-
iyurgif are paid except at the option of the pub-
' " '';' r- . N i,-As.n vi ,L
V,, trAll eonununtcaUoiui on the business of the
t: ') inrT Clnbs. of tenor more.The paper will
-'' e famished at a liberal reduction in price. '
m- prtetant Episcopal Rev. Taonaa B.
t)K)ttr( Rector. Serricea every Sabbath morning,
I tt ioi o'clock. ;j V;;- ;'; ,
Z trAhTtcrian Ret. R Watmao, Pasto
' iwfiervicea every Babbath morning at lOt o'clock
' Methodist Episcopal Riv. J. F. Givkn
ltnr. .senriofSRtthe uDner church on alternate
Babbath mornings, at 10 o'clocK ai lower cnuren,
"' every Sabbath afternoon, at 3 o'clock. - ,
i "German Methodist Rev. Mr. Qva
- fervieea every Sabbath morning.- -1 ' , .
t German Lutheran Rev, Mr Hxbil,
. w etvicea every Sabbath morning. - : -'
Boman Catholic Rev TiiEorHitvsKaarr
Prieitt Services every Sabbath morning. V . -
'No. 164-Stated Meetings, the Monday
evening, on or neiore me murooou in cbcb
month. Hatl in Murpnyi Dunaing, oeconq m.
-V I. O O. F Naomi LedRe,
L ,fcNo. UTr Mootinpa on every Friday
Evening. Hall ia Edwards' bnilding.
Welfare Division, No. 96, Sons
, I ,&Mot Temperance, Meetings every Saturday
iaMi Evening. Hall in DeCamp's building.
Division No. 993,
& Jsons of Temperance Meetings on Saturday
6Evenines. Hall, Rice' building Middleport
Crystal Fount Division No. 1,
Kntis and Dauehters of Temperance meet
ings every Saturday afternoon at the Sons'
Hall in Pomeioy.
meK Kcjmlar Pomeroy and
fcL-M-fc Packet The Steamer .
JOHN BRUBAKER, Masteb, will maXe semi
weekly trips between Pomeroy and Portsmouth.
. Leaves Pomeroy every Monday and Thursday,
et 7, o'clock, A. M.
Leaves Portsmouth every Tuesday and Friday
at 10 o'clock, A. M. f : -'' , ,
IT The REVEILLE having been purchased and
ttted up expressly for the Pomeroy and Portsmouth
trade, will run regularly, leaving promptly at the
above hours. All business entrusted to wis uoai,
ill receive particular attention.
Pomeroy, August an, ao. me.
Regular Pasacnscr Pack
et between romeroy uu
Cincinnati- -The splendid light
draught PassengcrPacket . . '. , , .
,: WASH. KERR, Mastkr, will leave POMEROY
? rry Monday morning, at 8 o' clock.
Witt leave CINCINNATI every Thursday eve
, ing at 4 o'clock.' . .
JT The TIBER is new, substantial and finely
famished intended solely feu this trade and may
. be depended on, as such. ' -
For freight or passage aply on board. ' r
November , 86. n5tf. .
. DARIUS II E ED ;
-", ' i i TOMEROY, OHIO. 4,
WHOLPSALII AND BETA 11. DEALEtt IN
DitCGSrrWEDiCINES & CBEMICALS,
TAIINISIIES AND DYE-STUFFS,
W DOW OLA8S AND FUTTV. OLASSWVRH, PEaFUHB
, . RY, FINE lOAPS, YINKTOOTH t HAa
rint Brushes, Field and Garden seeds, (fresh,
Cigars, Snuffs, Manufactured Tobacoo, Taten
Medicines, Pure Wines and Brandies for
ancv Articles, Superior Inks, Letter an4Cap
Paper, Steel Pens and Stationery, also
fuiniri? fiROCERIES. ETC.
CT Customers and Physicians will always find
.1 thi. Ratahlishment. rRESII and UNADULTEaATED
iidiones, which have been selected with great
perso al care for this Market. All purchasers are
Tn.it o,i n Pi.mirm mv Stock and prices before
am determined to sell
the best of Drugs and as CHEAP as any estab-1
iiahment in the State.. : . ,
CT Orders from the country prompUy filled and
satisfaction guaranteed. .
Pomeroy, March 18, '62. lS;tf
Beams Wrapping Paper at Man
ufacturers' Prices at the Drug Store of
rn GROSS SUPEEIOR MATCHE for sale very
t)U low at the Drug Store. D. REED.
Snperlor Ink by
the Drug Store.
the Gross or Doz., for at
rlttol Brick for tale at the Drug Store.
, U. lUSfc,D.
COCOA, a superior quality,
for sale at the
V D. REED.
SAVE YOUR MONEY. '
CHARLES P. FKEEMAN & CO.,
(Late Freeman, Hodges & Co.,)
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS,
144 Broadway, 1 door south of L. st,
IT AVE now on hand, and will be receiving daily
JT'- Jl through the season, New Goods, direct from
i . thm Eurnnean manufacturers, and cash Auctions,
f , ' rich, fashionable, fancy Silk Millinery Goods.
V , Onr stock of Rich Ribbons, comprises every va
" "riety of the latest and most beautiful designs im-
V ported. . , '
I . - Mnv of our eoods are manufactured xpressly
. .' ' in our nriler. from our own desinns and patterns,
i . ' and stand unrivaled. We offer our goods for
i ; KiTT cash, at lower prioes than any credit House
"' In America can afford. -
! All nurchascrs will find it itreatly to their ad
vantage to reserve a portion of their money and
make selections from our great variety of rich
Rihboni rich for Bonnets.Caps,Sashea and Belts.
Sonnet Silks, Satins, Crapes, Lissea and Tarle-
lons. ' ,..(....-.-,,
Embroideries. Collars, Chemisetts, Berthas.
Habits, Sleeves, Cuffs, Edgings and Insertions.
1 Embroidered Keviere, Laoe, and iiemsticn vum
' JyieHdkft. - ' ' '
. Blonds, Illusions, Embroidered Laces for Cops.
' Embioiderrd Lacea for Showls, Mantillas and
Honiton, Mechlen, Valencicne and Brussels
. "Laces.' ,-. . .
i . English -and Wove Thread, Snvyrnia, Lisle
Thread and Cotton Lacea.
Kid, Lisle Thread. Silk, and Sewing Silk,' Mitts
fad Glovea. . '- .... ,i s
French and Amerioan Artificial Flowers. -'
-( .. French Lace, English, American and Italian. .
"iBa" otrwa Bonncia ana a ummings. mai;om 1
: 3Jajaormw srasnEjaHi
' , TVST If ECEIVED A fresh and general
j el aasortment of GROCERIES;' also a small lot
i , of Spring nd Summer Goods, in addition to my
'-. former stock, consisting of almost every article
' asually kept in oountry retail stores, which J am
1 . orepared to sell on the most moderate tonus. : I
I . . . would most reipeotlully invite purchasers lo call
, . . . ana examine my stocK. , i ,
Pomeroy, March B, 18(3.. ..tv10tuV
Petition to change the Name of Gra
nt! in station.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, tlat a Peti
tion will bt presented to the oourt of com
mon pleas of Meijs eaunty, Ohio, at its next term
prayinr for a change in the name f Graham 6ta
Yioa, Meigs county, to that of Raeine.
. . , . MANY CITIZENS.
,. itlliHttf. .... v -V.. '
-rvt 1 1 i ft t i 1 1 1 nr
v i i i My
Lawsof Ohio-Pttblislied by.Auftejrlty;
No. ?71 '
AN ACf regulating appeals to thfe Dsslricl C6urf.!.
Sf.c 1. - ' Be it evaded by the General As
tetably of the Stale of OhioTbU nppeals
may be lakert Trdrn sirflnar judairienta in
civil cases at :idw, decfvei in chancery, and
interlocutory decrees dissolvinginjunciiona
rendered by the court of Common Pleas;1
the Superior and Commercial courts bt Cin
cinnnti, and the Superior Court of Cleveland,
in which aid courts have original jurisdic'
lion, by any party against whom such judgi'
ment or' decree shull be rendered, or who
may be affected thereby, to the district court;
and the cause so1 appealed" shall' bo' again
tried,; heard and decideJ, mo the i district
court, in: the same manner as. tho'ughi the
said district, oourt hadi oiiginal jurisdiction
of .the .cause.Mi t,.-.s -'; baa ,'x:-'
. Ssa . ( The party, desirous of appealing
his cause to ihe 'disirict court, ehalli at the
he term of the cpurt in which the judged
ment or decree was rendered, enter on th6
records' of (he" ctiUrt; notice'orauch inteo-1
lion, and shall, within thirty tlay s after-the
rising of such' courii give bond, With rrr i:or
more sufficient iuroties, to be apprqV6 'by
the clerk of the court, or any judge thereof,
in the penalty and with tho corlditiurt here
mafter provided.- :. ' .WJ Jfiaxai t ai
ment or decree is'-pVrsfalMmhst any pari
ty for the paymn.nt of money only.jthejpert
ulty of the appoal . pond halKbe;aouQl0 trie
amount of such judgment or decree; in all
other cases, including cases in which the
judgment or decree is against any party for
nominal damages and costs,' or lor costs on.
ly, the court shall, at the time of the rendi
tion Of the judgment" or decree, 'ascertain
and fix the "penalty pf ihe appeal bpnd.itq
be given in the event of an appeal, at puch
reasonable amount as shall, in the opinion
of the court; be sufficient to cover any pro
bable loss, damage or injury, which the oth
er party or parties may sustain by, the delay,
and the costs and damnges which may be
awarded in the nppel lain court; each appeal
bond shall be payable to the adverse party;
or otherwise, as may' be '. directed , by ;Hhe
court, where, the conflicting interests of .the
parties, require ft; and shall bo subject toj a
condition to the effect that the party appeal
ing shall abide and perform tha. brdeo and
judgment or the appellate court, and shall
pay all monoys. costs and damages, which
may bo required of, or awarded nguinst said
party, bv such court.' . ' '. I .
Sec. 4. .. In all cases when the interest of
any. party desiring an nppeal, id separate
and distinct from that of the other party or
parties,' and fie " sbalj be'desirous to .appeal
the part of the case in which he ii interest
ed, it shall be so allowed by the court, and
the penalty and condition of the bond shall
be fixt d accordingly; and iho court shall
take such order as to the papers and plead
inss and supplying copies thereof and in all
other respects, in view of a division of the
case for the purposo of appeal, as may be
deemed right and proper, i i fa
Skc. 5' When the appellute court shall
render substantially, the same judgment or
decree which was rendered in th court be
low, damages shall, or may be", awarded as
follows: lit all cases where ina judgment or
decree was, for the i payment of money ei
iher personally or otherwise, the appellant
shall be adjudged to pay thtt appellee or par
ty delayed ol. payment by the appeal, dnm
ages at ine. rate ot. nve per cenu on tne
amount of the payment adjudged or decreed
in the court below, unless the appellate court
shall besmiEhed that there was reasonable
and proper ground fur the appeal; and in any
such case, where the court shall be satisfied
that the appear was vexatious; and 'of the
purpose of delay merely, the. damages ad
judged shall be at the rute of ten per cent.;
in all other cases, including those where the
judgment and decree is for nominal dam
ages and costs, or costs only, unless the ap
peltate court shall be satisfied that there was
reasonable and probable ground lor the ap
peal, there shall be adjudged to the appellee,
or party affected'by the appeal, damages, in
such specific sum as may be deemed reason
able, not exceeding two hundred, dollars . ;
Sec 6. In case notice of appeal Is en
tered as aforesaid, the court may non moiion
of the party entering such ' notice," dh Jaying
him under such reasonable restr'ciions and
terms as they may judgo necessary for the
security of the adverse jinny, direct execu-
ton to- be1 stayed Tor thirty days; Provided,
thai, in no' case, shall administrators or ex
ecutors and guardians, who may have given
bond in, this State, wjil sureties, Recording
to law.' be compelledto give -bond tnnd secu
rity, in order to affect an appeal, as is ubove
provided; and in such cases, the clerk, if not
oiheiwlse dirycted, shall, at. the expiration
oi' thirty days from the rising of the court.
make out: a traiiRcript, which, together with
the papers and pleading filed in the cause,
he shall transmit to the clerk of the district
court, apeprdig the pravisions ofthis act
in other cftses of appeal.' s-'iS-'A
! Sec 7. J Thai id. all cases whore tits par-
ty agninst wnnm a luugmeni is renaereu, ap
peals dig cause lo the district cour!, the )ieh
oi tne opposite party on the real f 31019
said appellant, created by laid judgment
shall not be by said appeal removed or va
cated: but th real esinte of said, 'appellant
shall bo bound In the same manner us if said
appeal had not been . taken, until the fina
determination of the' cause in the district
That if the plaintiff appealing,
shall not recover a greater sum in tne'dis
trict court, than in the court from which said
appeal is taken, exclusive of costs and inter
est which may hava accrued since the ten
diiionof the judgment in the said court, he
shall pay all costs that-may' ha ve accrued
in the district court io such case; and if the
defendant, in any personal action, shall re
move the same by appeal to the district
court, and the plaintiff shall recover, in such
cause, a judgment for the sam s sum, or a
larger sum than was recovered iu the court
below, exclusive of costs, the district court
shall render jndgment lor the sunt so recov
erud, with costs of suit. ..' '
Sec. 9.1 " That when appeal shall "be
granted, and bond and security given there
on is aforesaid; th judgment or deerse ren
'"cI i.L?7 'fool 7( sfv-'l I 1 ''
.wan .-Hciit.-ti'MW sefru;,n
vl iwjuw .uiTii rit--'T 'ww'p-'-n-''" 7'-- '"riltro . .rgT 1o't : J mull
dereil'fn so&'bosV Fn-'lhe'co'uR befowTlhall
thefeBvlie :Ws'p'ertdd'(f; nd tfieMerK dTs'ticn
cfiuh 'shall'foTthwIirr tto
ouh 'shalrTotthwItrr trtnke but inn auihtnti-1
at'eB'trahsrjiJill of the1 dftesrt 'dr'oui'fial1 ttf
leiflB'fer'of' thff final jitdgmenT'oV'rji'cree
fnddi'lihd rtfnnVred'iri the cose; which tr'ansi'
eMpt.iogerhpf'wIth'the origirtal J papers' 'and
pleadings Bled In the cause, 'he shall UeliVerrt
'r lhe r disir el
court', on or before tbefirst dsyof th"o'ttrti
inereoi, next Biter periecung too appeal j in
ii'iiiiiv. i u i va i.puiu . , . i r I
Sec. lO.'Thameclork1 oT'the'distritt
dobrt '8hair;i,tirioK,ro tlief fillriS' wtth' htW pTl
m dppncaiion'-'of'eiiherpa.rtytq an appeal,
hftnRaffias bfte'if ialtferil
X'Sftdiili." That "WWe'nitV Va'us'd WtM
r. l.. .. .. I . 1 -L....!. (J
moveo' by appeannKune- aistnct court,- ine
.rrv.. .... . -- - f" "fa-
op In Ihcburl ' below,1 Unless lor1 good cadse
shewn! thd said coarli sboiftd "permit el (hef
ot .both parties tit alter Mhelr tleadmj$;';irj
Which e&sft,1 abort court' 6half lay the'pnTtles
under such equitable 'rtrli-sJandTeslt'itVns
asHhiiy may cdndelvtfneCeBsary, lOreVent
delayitsq 1.'lt. 'r' r-vi.'Ssfbiiw-.w frjvfc'fj-fii
iSEtf.lZtJ ThatTrtali cases-whef a Hon'-
suit rnafbo'rjiree'ied Bybe cbtlVfvbyrelsdn
of IrreleVancy'of trtstlrhqny'or' by 'Yeasor
,iia iiiu icaiiinuiijr auuuucu uirr iiursuirpurt
heaso' set forth Irt'thodeclftraiirtnj-and,
also, whmidver the1 testimony' shall be' ar!
rested from the jury j by reason 'of which
the plaintiff becomes rionsuit,; ih$ plaintiff
hall , hava the same' right To appeal as in
other cases. " '' tul w-:,u
r.wt,: (-JAME3 c." Johnson.-! ;
.) s: Speaker of the House of 'Rep's. ;
ft v.ns st WILLIAM MEDILL, '!-'
n.Uirf ftjrres dent Or' the Benate; a
March 23, i82f. .IIwtKs i ;i,--yti -c
a tv ,vt.-rtUvi vr.ci v-j' .litttew iw
AS ACT providing for the' appoi'ntmen? of &ota-,
" nes ruoiio;- ana preswiDingineir aunes.
bEc I :' tie tt enacted bu the General At
eembtf tf thtSutgofphiicTlikp the Go
vernor' Demand he is hereby authorized to
appoint and commission as "notaries public,
as many citizens 'of this State; having 'the
qualifications of electors.vresiuirfg' In tbe
several counties-. or this Suttet'as1 he may
deem necessary; Provided,' that- before1 rrja-
king any such appoint mem. each applicant
shall prodd'-e to the governor, A certificdie
from one of , tne judges of the court oi com
mon plena in. the county or district in which
such applicant .may residu that itbe'appli.;
cant is' of -.good .moral chnradter, that he is a
rtiutu,wHorOT'vuL-ii -cuuiny, aim iua lie
possesses suffioient qualificiuiona and ability
to dischargeThe . duties of the office of no
tary public. !: -Ioi;5. ...
.SEi;.' x.t !a hat 'each notary public, so ap
pointed ;and commissioitied, shall hold his
office for the term of three yeots.iand if bo
long ne oonave well; and mat ouiure enter
ing upon the duties of his office, he shall
give bond to the State 'of .Ohjo, in- the 'sum
or nfieen hundred dollars, with security to
be approved by the governor, Conditioned
for th& faithful .discharge of the duuos of
his office, and he shall take and- subscribe
an oath or affirmation', to beendoised on his
commission, that he will support the const i
tutiott of the Unuod btates. and of this Stale.
and that he ; will honestly,, fniihfully. and
mpartially, discharge and perform all the
duties of his officn to the best of his ability.
Sec, J. c That each notary public .before
entering .upon the, duties of his office, shall
provide,, htmsell wiih an ithc:al seal,, with
which be . shall . authenticate all . bis .official
acts, upon which seal shall be engraven the
arms of this State, the words Notarial Seal,
and the:, name of .the county in . which1 he
resides; which seal, together with his official
registers shall be exempt from i. execution;
and on the death or removal from office of
such notary, public, his registers shall be de
posited in tne olhce of the recorder of deeds
in the county where. such notarv resides. "r,
&ec.. - ijiqi no, banker, broker, :nt offi.
cer, attorney ,;etockholder clerk. or.; agent
oi any f)ann.DanKer ,or broker, shal be an
poiiiieu io, or snan. nolo tne;omca Oil notary
puuuu, irv tins oiate." n,, it.it l . -.
, Sec, 5.,,. That each notarv public, so an
nove power, wi.ihip, the county in which he
may reside, to administer all oaths reouired
9 .a'"mlr.?ze.:I.uyj9 o be administered In
this JJiate, to take and! certify depositions to
ue, useti jn. any ot ,l(io courts of.this State,
to take and certify o, all. acknowledgments
of .deeds, mortgages,, liens,, powers of attor
ney, ana ,o.trier .instf uments of writing, and
, receive,, maae ana, record,, notarial pro.
tests.. .' , " ' , " ' '
administered and cortifie,4,ihe notary public
shall receive. twemy.fiYe cents, and no, more;
, kjoV. w. . 4 uui ior eocn nntn nr nttirmni nn
.."opfemrnent, lemand, notice lo draw
era and endorsers, and i
test ' of each, bill' of exchange or promis
sory note, he shall receive s-thq , sum . of
Hire uonar, ana or recording each .instru-
V"CV . J, "',!" ..rpqutrea io. oe, recorueq, ,ihe
ouiii ui leu cents lor nnnh nna 1innH
M'l ?.nin9inore anri forJUs, aorvice
taking, sp certifying,, acknowledgments of
eeus, mongngeg, liens,'. powers of, etmrney,
pnd other instruments pfwrltingtand for the
taking and pcriifyinfl of .depositions, he shall
repeive the, same fees s arenow. byjaw"
prest7jbedl,('or jiistioesof the:f qaoe)' aii.d, In
taking, depoRi,ion8, hq shall, haya the,, same
" j rJ cpntppl i,nq,attendanr;e of witnesses,
an9 ' punish witnesses for relhsina to ieis.
!'fv 'ch is now yesterj, by )uw jn justices
9' , peocQ;. and, Bll.shenfrsanconsiables
l))!8S!uteare .hereby, requir,edq spve
.nno.reiu'n ,bii process wsuwlby jucpnot
ries in tho takino df'debiisiiions ' ' . i
?KP' 7i ..' TfeBt.the. ipvumentj pi protest pf
of any noinry public appqthte.nd qualified1
under , the ,l,aw of this Siatevor the Jaws of
nny oih'er'Sinie' or4 territorv ,of hs Cfnite
aiuies. accnrhpanyjpg,. any bill ofj exchange
ui (iiuiuiiinory woifo, nan ppen protest
eu oy sttcn notary, lor non-acceptance, or
for non-pBymont.'shall, be'lieid arid fecplved
in all the courts of this Slate, ,ns prima facte
eVidehpo pf.tne'f9'8 ihern'r-eviified; Provi
ded, that any party may contradict, by other
the tjrsi dayor. nitrnexv term orww'CQarhrappointing nmatMiB poonca
ibwi mrr-H hftnnal has hftfirf tatcbrilS 1ut leixtbefi'.' and hll
. w-, , w. n - - t I ' :
sviaonce, any sucn certificate., , ,
. . .' tr
appolpted",0 wb'o' shall' charge oi' ' receive' ' ny
tetfjferea' iJy hlrii ftrir'tjiisf'actV'gr'ctitl'il 't!
tniiiim'ounrhBrei limileddwho 'sfitillM
run ttr ,otil
w.."Vd Tor any actVir Bervtce aon t
Jhdnes'tiy oi-' iirifutt hTully1, discharge 'any- of
t;.t rfi.ioi 'oi'hiLtf w,ii.lM".k:iii i.'kikWnMM
IK I 1
IT ioal if.
ma uuiicn as 1171111 j titiuut. niiHii iii t,uifi,riufiifpii;Hyii'w duiu aHtifu nuoin.uiui lunou
plalHr ftled h"m)''subnmiaiert In lie couri; afi from thei State quarries,-and .ihdt the' state
comrff jrr pleas '-in hH'ctl)ny tn"wnidh suoh
fiotary pubnc 1re8Hes,e'rerh(fv,ed TroW his-
sniu Oiuco uy buuh cuun, nuu mo uoun smuii
thereupori certify' Hfe-fafef "6T siieh remoVal
tfli th'rdvernilr. Stiff the Bart'iTsd'riifrioved
'shan'lJihWarierlhellgible tt-a' appdirHr.
tneiiy'to inWcffioef OHaif J7uW!c!)-1n",iis
Si.:'TKarflrhVi act emltted'aft aK
adis'am'eHdatort (of saidacw
riiid''ar1:bBnfs r; MKacla conflicrfng'wfih tlu
acl, bo arfd he sW Art Tfefeby' repedledj ,1-
ifijj oa I'-JAMESiCJOIlNSONi,,.
;3iu tu SAeBkeYloPthe'Hooite dr Rep's, 0,
V'tT'irw hi. AH 'ItlCjUlljLl' I ,1.,
n .it7)r;i k presidbnl Of.'ihe Berihtei &
' l . ' t M'in
1 ' Maroh' 15,1852A " vt u .
Q.i'm-.:' nutt,-ms aUia5 sfsk' aa J
AjTACT proviile M trio more iefllcleitt'an'd ex-
pediiio'us compietionor tne"wew state House,
and to repeal the act ta provide for the ertctitjaAji ,CTuiJwruiag ailroad-Companies to
,.f. a new.State Houso. pussad February twenty-
, 'first, one thousand eight hundred and foitv-Suu
0;aMd ail amendments thereof;4 '" "'"' , .T
j Sec'. l."'ife it enacted Wihe XreheraV As-
iemblu'if "the - Slate 6f OAiot? That the hct
erttiileji hnact td providrj ftih thef erection of
a WeW'Stare'House.'passe February 1wen,
tvfirst'.'bne'thotlsand fefghtfhurid?ed and for-
y-six, and 'alf a'mendine!f1is:;tliereW, and all'
laws'tlpbn thafsubjbclf,"' be-hnd the same are
hereby repealed." " W'to-'o ;
;,J Sec; t "--Thar there shall be appointed by
"the "Governor of OhifV, b nr.d 'with the' ad.
ytcej ana consent ot -tne senate, tnree comr
fhisslonnrs, to bedenominalod'thef new State
House Commissioners "tinder whose- direo-
tion'the work bpori tho neW Stafe': House 'in
thbcily' of Colutnbu shall'be tfontirfued
and proseeuied, "under the 'plan and 'specific
cations acc'ombahying thereportof'tm4 com
missioners acting tinder; joint1 resolution of
the Geheraf Assembly, forthe Session sol
the tyear one thousand eight hundred and
ronythre a and one th usand eight hundred
dnd foriyroslrj'PrbvId J.That said commis
sioners' may adopt iJs li' modififations as
have been made, in sat
sila'n by! their rredi!
censors, and may also-
kesuch changes in
luring the progress
' think proper; such
t to Increase! the
the fli'tsti f .suiu plan
of. the work 4 its they r
aggregate oosQif.I , etetUv.ii of tt?d State
J3ec. V3r:Tha!i;cnmrnissroners'! aforesaid
shull ;bo',d their; office 1 for ihe term of two
years, unless the: new State House shall: be,
sooner completed. ut.They shall take. an oath
or, affiemtuiuH, toj faithfully and i diligently
discharge ihe -duties required by thi act;
and 11 any , vacancy sliall, ocdur in said cum.
mission, the, vacancy snail' oe filled by ap
pointment by the Governor, y.ji vr.
; ': Sec. 4 , That it fbak be theL dutv. of .the
commissioners, soon. after their appointment
as they may decqt expt'dient, to elect front
their .own body, a president, and secretary.
The president shall, when, present, preside
at all meetings of, the, aboard, and .shall sign
all, official (documents; thu secretary, sba!
keep, a lull and true record of all the pro
ceedings, and an account of all money and.
labor appropriated and expended, an account
of the expenses of each commissioner, the
name-, and .compensation of each agent by
them employed, or under their conirgl, the
kind of service parformed, the total amount
oxpendud, during, ih last fiscal ? renr, arid.
aunuauy, oy ino , 1 out day 01 uocemlier, re
I t I v I a m v-v '
port the 6ame to the same to the Governor;
and ' in addition 10 ; the foregoing, they aro
required to set lortb, jn ,tha said : annual re
port .the total amount or cost 'of the said
State House, up to. the time of making such
report.,. Anq.n shall be the duty of, the Go
vernor to lay the same before tho next Ge
neral Assembly in, session.".,!. The treasurer
8hali.tuke duplicate recqipis, one ,of which
shall be retained by him, and the other shall
be deposited, at the close of the fiscal year,
with the Auditor of State. , ;.. , : '
Sec 5. ine said commissioners shall
have power, to appoint a superintendent
architect, clerk, and all other agents neces
sary for the successful , prosecution of the
work committed to their charge, who shall
I. .. ... .. , 1 . .
ue patu a reasonaoie compensation lor their
services, out ol the biate House fund. The
superintendent, architect, and all other agents
shall hold their appointment at the pleasure
ot tne commissioners, a majority of the
board, concurring therein. The superin
tendent shall take an oath or affirmation to
discharge the duties assigned him faithfully
ana aiuigeniiy, ana snail under the direction
of the commissioners, contiact for and pro
cure all the materials proper for tho con
struction of the new State House; ho shall,
in like manner; contract lor .all labor and
workmanship necessary for the'samdi excerA
ting 'such Vs.. may be furnished bi the Ohio
Penitentiary i under v'the,"piovl6tons'rof this
act;' 'he shall 'superintend' the'' ereciioh of
atd;;w'oVkj !nd iTispedt 'air'rriatbt-idls 'and
workmanship, sb as lo' seciire to the Staie' a
building of durablti aud substantial character:
he" shall 'certify' td4a"1 accounts for labor
dohei'bVVfoV rriaferrals1 furnished. Which he-
counts shallUo 'countersigned by the se'ercta
h'.'hnd'baicl bfthd tredsurer'.1' '" '""J ''' ;
ftiefr. That all 'rriohey's'fn'ahjl Way "hp-
propriatea for Yds purpose,' shoU be"'drtwn
frbm tho treasury by tlie 'wdrrani' 6f (he hu
diior of slate," payabld'To thd border 6f sbid
c6minissIo'ners,, which ' mohsy.so drawn.
nun uu u-i,iiau wuu iiia irciisurer 01 sinto.
whi)"is'hererjy co'nstltu'tBcr'iroasuter bf'tho
sYa'te'!h(tu8'e'iund.'Wtt ';:.' .-
Szi-ri ,JTha. it .hereby1 rriadp 'the duty
of (ht) warderf and directors ofthe OItuPtp
ftenilar.'to 'plaoe' at the 'disposal -of Jtha
cbrhiniss'trners'6rthri' rieW state 'hnuso; 'iill
the oonvloi Inbdr bt tho prisoners that' Can
be advantageously emplc-yedi'and' that'enn
be spared froin thff' ordinaft work of the
pritfoh;' which labor shall be: appropriuted as
lho''coinmis'siimen rnay- direcr but '-tfa'der
the control and supervision of the- wurdnri of
tne penitentiary; and the'satd oommtasiouers
ar fereby5' auihoriwinrr ,r?inrtw'rfiat't
rnjni Sd I'St.S .i jai.rtt r." i.nV i-j ' s
BbfdctlA-oin'anHrifw co'riviotsi ail theyar'iivu
M the pe'niie'niiBry. such poraonit as in ihir
opinroa!can-bnio8t adveniagnously" tiMtrte
'fnleresOoffrhr Sttitei 'eihpKoyed ' upon: the
newaiatshduseiunul -it's coinpletirfn.l' I
i;i Shi. BtaThat all stnna ? necessary fort ihe
compleupn, of said state houses may Be taken
railroad from said quarriesUothe oityof Co
Imnbita shalk be frebi fforhhertranspovtation
Vof alt mdlorialiWhlch may bacqtiired ; as
aforesaid. tft bsnt.aon.'s eh od l;iw ;
joritjt pLiwhomi shall 'always constitute
Uoard capubiadl omg-,pustneSs;ahaH:riave
full poWek to contract and ba coraractod With';
board.of ,commifiioner,j,vrt tha.beoent el
theiSnio',. haHhftSaid.ciijTlmiBsjoriers' are
required and directed t.o-, pro vide,-as soofi as
praciicabla, ,for.ih furnishing of two rooms'
Mitthe.,ri.trvri stqie,,house, for , tho purpose of
holding the sessions ah, the, general ssom
I'f vl"s '!'"' a"'"' ' ; i ''
mw n i' '
ci: i u i
Maf1iiirijPI,"",'I,,,,'-',,,u ouan oi jivep Br
:., iHw nKvmiMW .MEDILL,,!. !
JJt!7 sd'ci l -irJPresident pfj' the Senate. p'
AMarcn,Jtt,;iwx,,i',,v,J-u-i .... , :,; is'-r
:hai il nl -riii-i t' i .' !...! Lna l-inii.'i-'. '
L.i ,dtS XNo,,3Q. ,.( TAi1:i
I A mv a rrr 11 . : T -1 f
change thoii gauge,. otjwidth of track, in;cer-t
ithinas frTneJlUil i itUSi nsvrM '
-Skc I. - Be it enacted by the General As
sembly of th t&laW of Ohio, That each
RailrouT --oompany now existing,: or 'that
may be hereafteV formed in this State, shall
be "required to mhkel every' railroad; con
roads "aforesaid, shall conpeei 'lih! or' feross
ah 6iher.road or' roads", the companies own;
Ihff or 'coh'trolliriff ' eaoh" br' either'' of said
road,;ayVdopV'suCh!'unfrorm 'gauge or
compariies Itoftihss fttd'snrrje '-cars: over each of
WIUlll U I ll.auiv U9 eimwiw vww. w, nw.u
Z tw JAMES C JOHNSON," i
"'Spi'akef ojiht Houseof Representatives.
;"ifH " ' WILLIAM MEDILL,"' j
.ij.iiu.tt -to "
AN ACT. directing the mode of trials' in exam-'
-1 IV W. .vl, I . . . . .
inlne ctiarts. by whom such courts shall be
held, and the manner of admitting to bail in
a criminal. cases, ua; , '1 .5 '' ,
.. .Sec,', l.;..:B$ it, enacted ly the General
Assembly of the Staie o f -Ohio, .,Thai, when
nny person shall have, been " committed to
jail,; ehatged., w'vW drrjrnjssfoii -if ioy
crime jor offence, and wishes to be discharg
ed from suet imprisonment the. .sheriff or
iniior shalli . forthwith site to the , probate
judgeVclerk, end proseputi'ng attorney, o(the
properjCounty, t, least thrfje day b, notice of
ineriitneot. r,noiaing nn enm.ning (t.uuri,
whose , dfuiy'j it, ahull be. to attend Recording
to such notice, at tho court bouse;' and said
judge, having heurTthe testimony, shall, at
, h.U, ditcreiipn',' disiphargtt the accused, admit
him or her to bail or remand .to. pi'ison;' and
said probate iudgs shdil have power to ad-
joiiri from day to doy during such exami
nation, or for such longer period as he shall
deem,' necessary for the furtherance of jus;
tice, on good cause snown ty .ine otaie or
the accused. . . . . -
Sec' 2. '. If said court shall ndiudee said
prisoner fought to be hejq to hail," it shall
rpgr'iizo h.hn or h'er in such sum and with
such- .security as he shall deeni" sufficient,
conditioned Jif ,tlt(f . appearance of such per
son at the next term of the court of common
.teas, in( suiu cuuiity or (iu.outu tuun
hall'Jmye jurisdiotioo ' In tH'e trial of such
cause: and , in case such prisoner luns to
giyei security, he or she shall bo remanded
r. -. !' 11 - -...1 .i.x
tojan; anq jn nn.casp'. wmiro luo yiisunui
is remanded of held lo bail, "the 'court shall
recognize The . witness .or witnesses bit , the
partpf the Siate, to npnear at the next court
of common, pleas, 16 be hplden in' and". for
the couniyJ where such', prisoner is. to be
tried, ot: in such icourt as shall have juris
diction la the trial of such cause. ,' , "
' Sec '3.', The examining courts, if the
prisoner fails to give security , shall order the
clerk to enter pn tnejoumai 01 ine court 01
common piuas, in wnw sum anu wim wnai
securities he or she mu'y be, recognfzejij' and
at tiny time thereafter,' upori the- prisoner's
giving such security ns required bV the ex
amining court; any Judge 'of 'the supremo
court, court of common pleas', or the probate
judge of the proper county, may "discharge
nun ur uur. . , , . .
Sec 4. In all cases where a single judge
or examining court may recognize a prison
er under the provfsions of this act, lie shall
forthwith deposit with tho'clerk of the court
of common pldas, in Said county, the recog-
nizance so taken, also a warrant directed to
ihe jailor? requiring him to discharge the
prisoner' ", '",f lrir -
SEC. 6.7 1 When hnv nefsbn charged with
the commission of any "bailable offence.
shall be confined In jail, whether oommltted
by warrant undorlhe hand and seal of any
judgd ,or justice of the puaco, or by tho sher
in or coroner; unacr any capias, upon inuici-
merit found, It shall be lawful lor any judge
of the Wpreitie' courti'iudga of the common
pious wiiiiiii. ins msiriui, ur pruijaio juugn
within his'-rounty,'lo'hdinl,t "such person to
tinil 1 tu K(,rrt.Fl,i' fcunli nnrafiVl in' J fthr-fl
""",.v.,"'""s,"," r-" -w"
sum,' and with such securities, is td such
judge shall Seem proper.'cohditionod foi his
or1 her appearance beforir ihe' proper court.
io artswet the'bffence'' whetewith he' or she
majf 'be'' charged;' arid lor ' taking such 'bail,
the said iudgo inhy,Jby4 his'specinl warrant
under" his hand and seal!-require the sheriff
or jrtitor, ro uring Bticn OKeuaeo uoiiiieiiiiii
at th'u !co6rt houiid tif' thb ' proper county,1 at
such time asln sdeh warrant the judge may
'dirert: Prbvided.u ihat lir'nxtng the n.nouni
ofbail,; the JuHpij1 mJinittrngf adthe1 same,
shall bis BiiVertibd tii'tlie Btnouirt Mtirt quulity
of bull Terjit'rtd,' by 1 liti' directions of the
court or common' pleas, 'm AIT cftsftn where
said court of common pleas spall have muJo
any oruV-r xr dirbetliitt in thar behalf. 1 '
Sec:'8.! lTh'ojurlge or-tl)ecburVorcrilii
aal'jii.risdioiion in esoli county In lliis'Sit un
where1 Suuh court' is now 'of may 'hoVeofter
L . 1 I.IEIJ Lit. II I .1 1J..... 1...-
or emauusncu, atiuit nave concurrent juris
diction with the pruhatr fidgt ofsnid county,
sttuctedor conirollerl by sttid company, 01
oria ifrtifortrl 'gibge 6r Widiji bf track' front
ehd io ;'en'd.'"' And -when'evri either ofthe
; 'V f.'ffirtM ll'r ItaA-T f:jK-j Ji t.i. (H.fJ' ;,. I
U -v.l 1'
8 1 .50 lit Adranc
il J .h'uvtr-.iM-) . 1 i
in all matters wher jin, b'this' act. juris JiO-:
limTis botliiibbdin'uch.pftb'iKe judgb. : i
A SecJa irhg .first,' second, ihirda fourth
and' iwentimhHs,HCiions of, jho aci.,di'e1ciing
tno,,moae ol. trial in, certain .cases, DasJad
March sdVenth.' eihtm'ifi hundred a'lid thirty-
one, be, and the Same i hereby repealed. .,
-.t-d ; u J jiMiss.u.iJOHNsaN, ;
Speaker of the House of Rejrs,
v Mwnir r
I " i Wi-M Weaker of tie &nate j
l"-'S''i';.',r-,'J "'" - fn n-!ii
AN ACT to repeal the fifty.seventh section of an
'Ant Hitftftttnjr t.hn MrMli.'nf nr(lr.ppAinl in rllnnnA-v
j, paedrMarch fourteenth ! tons thousand eight
hundred and thirty-one, and to direct the mnir
' berof, and' terms-ipon rwriich 'decrees may bo
opened in causes where ihe same have been ren
dered against parties without actual notice. 1 .
J, Sec. "1 : 'Be" Wenattel by the ' General
'Assembly'" the Slate of Ohio, That parties
against whom a decrotun, chancery has boeiY
rendered, without other police than I ho r'!j-
I lication in the nowspapef, as provided for
iu luouut uireuiing tup muug ui proceeding
ir? c1ih'hcery;'lrnuy, af any' time within five
years alier ihe data ol thti docreei have sai l
decreo'openud,,and be permitted to Corpe in
and defund, and have a. jtoaring of the cause,
the same as if no decree hud been rendered
therein; bui1)efi)re tho decree shall bb opun
ed, Uhe'dpplicnnt bi" applied nts. shall give
notice io writing to the original complainant,
or . his ropreauiuatives, , of the intention to
mqlte such application, and shal) file a full
answer' to" the original bill, make an affida
vit, that during the pendency of Slid suit, he
or she, as the case may ber received no act
ual notice thereof, in time to appear in court,
and 10 object to said decree; and the court
before which such application mny bu made,
shall,1' before ordering said decree Id bj o
pened, make such order as to the costs, as
may, under tho circumstunc ;s,. ssem jut
and equitable; Provided, that the title 10 any
real or personal estate.., tho. suhj-ct of thefbr'snl enthroned in the Tmpjrial h'imes ol
lormer, aecree wnicn Dy it, or in conse
quence of ii, shall have passed into the hands
of a bona fide purchaser, shall not be affect
ed by any proceedings under this act.
f ,Sec. 2.; That the fifiy-i,cvenih section of
ma net uirecnng tne moue 01 proceeaing in
chancery, ' passed March fourteenth, one
thousand eight hundred and thirty one,' be,
and the same is! hereby repealed ' 1 .. -
. JAltu$ G. . JUUaNUN, . ;.'
Spooker of the House of Rep's.
WltiUlAM MfjUlLL), ?
W-i or. v ti t President of the Senate ,.
,j March 24, 1862. j .;, 1 ;::;.'.. . :' itiS ; '?(
.Jti t-.. Jug? ) ' 1 -- ' -V;
AN ACf to'repeal the act entitled an act to levy
a tax on the income of, practising lawyers and
, physicians, passed February twenty-second, one
"thousand eight hundred aitdtmrty.
Sec 1 . Be it enacted bu the General 'As
sembly of the Sluts OA to, Thai the act en
titled an act to. levy a tax on the income of
practising .lawyers and physicians, na
February twenty-second, one thousand
hundred and thirty be. and the sarno w
hereby repealed.- - ' - r '
JAMES.C. JOILN30N, .
Speaker, of the House of Representatives.
'.. ; ' . W. MEDILL, . , .
' ' -J '"- President of the senate.
March "13,: 1862. ' '
fNo. 341 '
AN ACT to amend the aot entitled "an act ta pro
vide tor ttie settlement 01 the estates of deceased
person,' passed March 23d, 1840. -'
Seo.'I.vJd0 tl enacted by the General As
sembly ofthe Stale of Ohio. That if tho ex
ecutor or, administrator doubi the justice of
any claim presented or' verified as provided
nr by section eighiy-hve, or "an act to pro
vide for the seulement of iho estate of de
ceased persons," passed : March 23d, 1840,
he mny enter into nn agreement writing,
with the claimant, 10 refer the matter in con
troversy (o three disinterested pursons, who,
if the claim does not exceed ono hundred
dollars, shall be approved of by a justice ol
the peace cl the County in which the parties
or either of .them reside; or if the claim ex
ceeds one hundred dollars, the referees shall
be approved of by the probate judge of sueh
county. ''-'' ' ' - r -' - -..!. '.;,
-i Sec 2... That the eighty-sixth section of
Jan act.to. provide for the settlement r the
estates of deceased persons; passed March
23d; 1840, which reads as follows: "If the
executor or administrator doubt the justice
of any claim presented or verified, he may
enter into an agreement, in writing, with the
Claimant', to refer the matter' in controversy
to three dlsinterotted' persons", .who f the
claim does not exceed ono hundred' dollars,
shall be approved of by a justice of the peace
of the county in which the parties, or either
of them, reside, or if tho claim exceed one
hundred dollars, the referees shall be up-
proved of by one of iho associate judges of
Common pleas ol such county, be and tho
same is hereby. repealed. . . 1 . . ., .
"" JAMES C. JOHNSON,
Speaker of tho House of Rep's.
-'. ?" "' '"WILLIAM MEDILL,
'' ''- ' : President of tho Sonaic. ;
1. March 19, 1852. ; ! . i-v ;
- -. ... - i ...... No. 35., ' '.-
AN ACT to extend the time in which ajminis
t ration Triny be granted in certain cases, and to
' repeal the. 20th section bf the act to provide
tor ine settlement 01 tne estates of deceased
"persons, passed March 23d, 1840.
v-Skc.T. Be it enacted bg the General As
sembly of the State of Ohio, That adminis
tration shall imt bo originally granted as of
right, alter the e.Tjri anon ol twenty years
from iho death of tho tosiutor or intestate;
Provided," nevertheless; Trmt each Probme
Judgti shall have power, within his county,
to grant letters ol -original, adininisiraiion
upon the, esinte rr any person heretofore de
ccasou, or wn j piay neruaiter aecenso, as
weir after 'as before 'the expiration ofth
said poriod of twenty years, upon "petition
pf .the nexij kin. or . other person br persons
inipVested, or llteir ngeni. and on good cause
shown for gronting such letters as aforesaid;
and ihit said' Judge ma v, b,'fow ollowrna the
prayer Of any' such ot'iliiiv din;ci notice
thereot 10 be given by pub'icati.m, i for n
period not exceeding thirty days, la one or
more w tne newspapers printed io the coun
ty where such tltio.'''(kfibjrwl'
U WlflC. OP TrlTt-'UeGRAI'M,
. ; .POaEROV onto.
' - Uutos of Adverasirnf,
OnaiqaM 13 lines ot thrw tl tt ,
Every subssquent insertioo," i : : t
One square, throa months, .- : t 04
Ort ctuarti. 'x months, 't i :-. u 49
One Squar,',ona year,, 't h U ' i i Ot
One half column; ana year, :;- : tV M
Thrcerfourths of a eoluma, eaa yaatv-t : W '
9na column, one year,. 1 : . t . , t : JO W
1 UTAdvertteemeTtis not ha via tha-aunW.
f-sertion marked on copy, will, aoatiaasi aattt.
.u.uiu iiiu uatucu accoraiugiy. . ,
' JTCasual advertisers must pay la advaaai.
't fr-rob"Printing:, of every uescru-iwa wii
be executed with accuracy and neatoaas. 1" '
Sac: a.' Thanhe 'twemieilt section of the -act
to provide' for the settlement of '"iba- ee-.
tales pf; deootsed persons, passed the twoniy
third day of March, in tV ycar:elghtaa.
hundred and forty, b?, and thoaamils hart
by 'repealed. , (. .!,,. ,;,"! 'v '.'1
r.l '-'-'it':' T,. A?? "'-l'1 ' ,1 '.'.:-!:-
Sbcretart or Statk's Onrtot, )
-' ' Columbus,' I fjfij. ' I . ,
I certify that the, foregoing w ia corrMt
ly' copied (Voin the original rofl on file la
this 6Hict 1 ,!!':' ,---' 1
r, M .WILLIAM TREVITf;'
s' 7'."'""fi' SecretarfJSttt. ..'.
,il oiri f i V r s MuDiioa's Orict,
v. s;ft.JV,-LA W-vP,meroy,.i8At, ,
j certify that tho foregoing law .la corr-jci-ly
copied front the original copy furniahtraj
by the Socrotrtry of Sidte. ': n
'!.!!'.' vl'tit -.ir-.i.-. y ?; S. HALLIDAY.?,. ..
-:..1:.o! i u Autlitqr pfsJiiltigt Gowt$'. f
'''' 'TIIK tinici V nv l,ntr' '
i'tia .--vl. ''in.v.r,'" li..; r-iJ:-.; .-i ;,,.;( '-
,Troating,tho origin of rai is, D. Sr.n inlr
of Bristol, England. Drohcunda. th: fnlUV
ing series of queries to h!s reaJors, loivinj
the inferenpe 10 b6'dran that tli'jy"ara not
easy of solution: "- ''J'i.' !
"Are the olive Malay and the rd imvl.
ran'lhb dusky New Zolandor nnd ih (! i,l
Saxori; all of oitr orignnl stock? D.d th.
Ptttagonians, whose av.-aj heinhi
six feet, spring from the same pafrenu win
pigtrty Bosjestnjns, usitl height is under ftva
that of the fe'.nsles rarely exieoJin' f..urT
?ro !". I'V'.b.ur.r-feil, a visij.l, EMul
ihau'x evlin most disiantlv related to'iha !.,.
dato-enitng hatchm-lacud Arub.' D.ios tha -
Hjsj-'sman, w:io lfv.;s In ctv-s' and K iW.
and devours ant's eggi, Iocjiu ond sri:tkv. '
belong to tin s.vni m :ic.3 ai (hi 10 in w'i .
luxunaieJ in 11 In king gtrdunt yf B thy ,,
lon,or'w:tlkoJ th 1 olive ar ivorof Acs Ia n .
theCmsars; or rep isod in tha marble palaces
of tho Adriatic,, or held sumptuom festivals '
in the gay saloons.of. yVsaillest Can th
groveling Wnwa. prostrate before his fetish
claim a commu'ty of orfgiri wl h thoso whbi
religious sentiments Infpired ihcm to pila
the prodigious toinples ofThebesand Mem- V
phjs, to carve tho friezes of the Parthenon,
ort i rniie tha hoivon pointed arches' of Co-'" '
logner That ignorant Ibo, muttering hisal
most Inarticulate prayer," is h of the sattu
ultimata ancenry of thosr wh t rtng d j tth- '
.less strains in h nor,of-0 ympiirj Joya. of
Pallas Atheiii; or ;ofiho0 wh M'Tftlt'pu'raf
rff:rsrtipy nrrr't',!niHin;r their gloiiotW hymns
or soleoi iimiwesrn tiio ohurche l'jJiuioiv
domf Tha'i Alfauro; women,' tviih her flat
tened face, and transverse nostrils, ' thick -lips,
wide mouth, projecting teeih', eyes half
closed by iho loose swollen upper eye-lids
ears circular, pendulous and flapping, ,the
hue of her sklu'of a'smoky b uck, . and by
the wnj ' ot'ornainem; the' scepiurn of tha
h'oRo pierced with a round stick some" six
inches lorg is she ofthe same original par
entage as those whoso transcedant and per
ilous boauty brought unnumbered woes on
tho people of ancient glory; convulsed king
doms, entranced potts, and make scholars
and sages forget their wisdom t - Did they
all Bpring lrom one co.nmn'n ni-uUrrli
Were Helen ofGroece, and Cleonntra of R-
gypt, and Joanna of Arragon,and Rosamond
of England, and Mary of Scotland, and the
cioisas, and Lauras, and lanthes were all
these, our poor Alfauro, doughters of EveT
The Gjuuiqua or Saboo whose language is
desctibed as consisting of certain snapping
Hissing, anu grunting -sounds, all more or -less
nasal is he too of the same descent as
those .eloquent voice, 'fulminated , over
Gjjjpece,' or shook the forum of Rome, or as '
mm saint and father of the Church, sur na- '
medihe 'golden mounted.' or as thoso
whose voices have thrilled all hearts with
indignation, or multed them with pity and
truth in the time-honored halls of Westmin
ister." ' "
. .-. , nOME AND YVOMEJT. '
If ever there has been a more touching
and eloquent eulogium upon the charms of
nomo, nnd its dearest treasure, woman, than
is contained in 'the following extract from
tho Inquirer, it has not been our good for
tune to meet it:
"Our homes whot is their corner stone
but the virtue of woman? And on what
docs the social well-being rest but on our
homcsf Must we pot trace all other b'ess
Ings of civJIized life to the door of our pri
vuie dwellings? Are not our hearth stones
guarded hy the holy forms of conjugal, filial
and parental lovo.the cornerstones ol'Church
and State more sacred than either mora
necessary than both? Let our templer
crumble, and our ncadenios decay lot eve
ry public edifi -e, our halls of justice, and'
our capital of State, bo leveled w'ith tho
dust but spare our homo. Man did not
invent, and he can not improve or nbrogata
Item. A private shelter 10 cover in im
hearts dearer to each other than' all th
world; high walls 10 cxcluJo tho profana
eyes of every human bjing seclusion e
nough for children to fuel that mother is a
peculiar namo this is home, and hero is ih
birth place of every virtuous impulse; of
of every sncred thought. Hero the Church
onJ tho State must come for their origin an J
support. Oh, spare our homes! The lova
wu experience thero gives us our fttlih in an
intimate goodness; tho purity and disinter
ested lendornKS-; of home is our .earnest. of
a betier world. In iho relations there estab
lished' and liisit'ted, do we find through lift
ihe chief solaco and joy of existence.
What' friends, deserve tho name compjred
Avith tlios-; whom a birthright gave usf
Ona mother is worth a thousand friend ono
sisiur dourer than twenty intimatq compan
ions. Wo who have played on tho sunie
hoitrth', imdii the light of smiles who da 10 ,
bncktoihi same season of Innocence an I
hope, in whose veins run the sumo blood; d
we not iiiuJ that years tmly muko raorusa-,
orod ai'd Important iha tie ihm hinds us?
Coldui'Ss'mu'y spring up disti.iK-H may separ
at 1, different Rptwrea may divide; but those
who coiiiinuM iu love at nil, uvust find that
the friends Wr tJ.d hi.nsolf gavo. are thai
bho yvoriiing for these is th.isirongwt anark. .
f'ia ourytxpirii fft,nfiw : '. '
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